RHEL ES 3 Kernel Upgrade Issue
Murphy, Brian S CTR USAF AFSPC 83 NOS/Det 4
Brian.Murphy at usafe.af.mil
Tue Apr 13 22:10:24 CDT 2010
Ah - http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3/updates/i386/RPMS/ has
both dated 4 Nov 2009 - looks good.
Is there some way to know how that translates to kernel.org versions (or are they patches to 2.4.21 put out to fix CVE issues)?
Or how other CentOS RPMs there translate to "vendor versions" (BIND shows 9.2.4-25, but ISC's named versions are at 9.4.x and 9.6.x, etc.)?
From: Andrew Geiger [mailto:andrew_geiger at tstna.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 4:30 AM
To: Murphy, Brian S CTR USAF AFSPC 83 NOS/Det 4; linux-poweredge at dell.com
Subject: RE: RHEL ES 3 Kernel Upgrade Issue
Check the centos repository at http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3/.
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From: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com [mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Murphy, Brian S CTR USAF AFSPC 83 NOS/Det 4
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 10:20 PM
To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
Subject: RHEL ES 3 Kernel Upgrade Issue
Need to patch some old kernels (2.4.21-47) to a newer version - kernel.org says the latest version is 126.96.36.199 (not a RH designation, AFAICT), and RedHat apparently stopped supporting RHEL 3 kernel patches (will fully stop in Aug 2010, but no known kernel RPMs for this version).
Are there RPMs for this or do I need to compile the full kernel (my Google searches showed no RPMs, but the community may know of other resources)?
Also, can the patches be used or are they only relevant to the last major revision (3rd dotted number), resulting in 15 "patches" to get to major version #s to get to the latest patch?
I'm assuming that I can't really go from the 2.4 train to the 2.6 train (i.e., use a 2.6 RPM) without incurring significant issues with system functions (networking especially) - or is that not the case? Can a 2.6 kernel work fine with a system installed using 2.4?
Is there a good How To" on this? My Google searches turned up little for versions this recent - mostly geared to RH7.x kernels.
Thanks in advance for insight on this,
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